Our Wild Crabapples are about as easy to grow as they come and are a great food source for deer, quail, turkeys, pheasants, and songbirds. The crabapples produce 1/2in diameter fruits that ripen in Sept and persist into Nov or early Dec. They’re highly attractive to wildlife but especially birds as the relatively small fruits are the perfect size for them. These trees load down with a tremendous amount of fruit every fall and start producing at just 3-6yrs old. They grow very fast and are very disease resistant. Wild Crabapples make a great food source for all the wildlife that call your land home.
ORDERS PLACED NOW ARE FOR BARE ROOT TREES. THESE ARE TREES THAT ARE SHIPPED DORMANT FROM LATE FALL-EARLY SPRING. WE SHIP AT THE OPTIMUM TIME TO PLANT IN YOUR REGION. CLICK THE TAB ABOVE FOR MORE INFO ON SHIP DATES.
All bare root trees are covered by our Survival Guarantee
Drop time: Sept-Dec
Years till production: 3-6
Growing zones: Zones 4-9
Soil type: Prefers well drained soils, adaptable
Sun: Prefers full sun but tolerates partial shade
Pollination: Needs at least 2 trees for pollination
Size: 20-30ft tall at maturity
Size when shipped: 1yr old approx. 10-36 in
I have ordered and planted well over 100 trees online from various wildlife tree sellers, including the big name brands, and the trees I just received from Whitetail Hill Chestnuts are the best looking trees I have ever received... EVER! They are easily 2 feet tall and full of big green leaves. They will make a great addition to my deer and turkey hunting property in Oklahoma and I'm sure I will be ordering more!Oklahoma
Ordered three of these to see how they looked. Wish I would of ordered more. They arrived fast and look really good. Will order more next season.Tiffin, Ohio
The trees arrived in good condition and are doing good. I would definitely recommend.Goose Creek, South Carolina
The trees were delivered in great condition, well packaged and very healthy. I hope they grow up fast!Woodville, Wisconsin
I ordered trees from Whitetail Hill they shipped my trees July 12 Priority Mail and were scheduled to arrive Thursday July 15th. When they didn't arrive on the 15th I checked the USPS tracking number that I was provided and USPS just kept telling me each day after that they were scheduled to arrive late. I emailed Whitetail Hill on July 19th and got a prompt response from Caleb H. My question to him was that if my trees did arrive what he thinks they would be alive he said there was a good chance that they wouldn't be and that he would do anything he could to help make the order right.
USPS finally delivered my trees on July 22nd. 7 days late on delivery with the box ripped in half. I open the package expecting to find my dead trees since they'd been in a box for 11 days to my surprise the trees were as green as ever. This just goes to show the quality of trees that these guys grow and send to us. I would highly recommend these guys and have already placed another order for more trees.Mount Vernon, Kentucky